November 30, 2019
Most of the women that the Jew Louis C.K. masturbated in front of were also Jewish.
Do Israelis not care about the epidemic of Jew-on-Jew forced masturbation viewing?
Two years after being swept up in the #MeToo movement and acknowledging sexual misconduct with multiple women, comedian Louis C.K. took to the stage at a nearly packed basketball arena outside Tel Aviv, where the audience seemed ready to let it go.
“How have your last couple of years been?” he asked near the start of the hour-long set Thursday night, before describing himself sitting in a restaurant, eating alone, as someone at another table gives him the finger for the duration of the meal.
Later in the set, he acknowledged his transgressions, saying that even though he had asked permission before masturbating in front of women, it had been a mistake. “If they say ‘yes,’ then still don’t do it, because it’s not popular.”
The 52-year-old comedian’s career imploded in November 2017 after he acknowledged complaints of harassment reported by the New York Times, most of which involved him masturbating in the presence of women he knew professionally. Some of the women said they feared their careers would suffer if they discussed the incidents, which took place more than a decade ago.
C.K. released a statement after the Times report, saying “these stories are true.” He acknowledged abusing his power over others and causing them pain but did not publicly apologize.
Earlier this month, one of his five accusers disputed that his behavior was consensual. “We never agreed nor asked him to take all his clothes off and masturbate to completion in front of us,” Julia Wolov wrote in an op-ed for the Canadian Jewish News.
The revelations, which came at the height of the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse in the workplace, led to the cancellation of C.K.’s numerous TV contracts and the scrapping of his feature-length film, “I Love You, Daddy,” shortly before its release.
The comedian vowed to “step back and take a long time to listen.”
Listen about the effects of Jew-on-Jew forced masturbation viewing, lol.
At least he made a sort of funny joke.
Disgraced comic Louis C.K. made a Holocaust joke — to an Israeli audience in Tel Aviv.
“I’d rather be in Auschwitz than New York City,” he said during a Thanksgiving night performance, eliciting startled laughter and applause.
“I mean now, not when it was open,” added the 52-year-old, whose paternal grandfather was Jewish.
I have a soft spot for Jews making Holocaust jokes.
Jews are sexually very weird.
I think they tend to accept this about each other.
The Jew women that made these accusations against him were, I would assume, just trying to forward their careers by being a victim. It was a display put on for the goyim, not for other Jews, who would all say “what’s the big deal?”
Jews are totally obsessed with masturbation, generally.
We saw how Ben Shapiro, in his “Basket of Deplorables” speech about America First, called us all masturbators three times.
At the same time, they rage at us for not masturbating enough. Jews complain about how “no fap” and “No Nut November” are “fascist,” and seem to imply we should all be forced to masturbate.
Our friend Samantha Cole over at VICE wrote an article last year about No Nut November which used the words “fascist” or “fascism” 5 times.
Given this bizarre fixation on the topic, it is not a surprise that they don’t really care about the Louis C.K. forced masturbation viewing incidents, and in fact like him for it.
For example, after this first happened we saw Jew comedian Sarah Silverman come out and tell another Jew, Howard Stern, that Louis masturbated in front of her many times, and that she enjoyed the viewing.
Personally, I don’t really think that masturbating in front of someone is actually a form of sexual assault. Unless he’s holding you down and forcing you to watch, or he’s tied you up, you could just walk away.
This whole discussion is just really disgusting and weird. And we are only having it because of the Jews.